Oparia LeTourneau International Airport

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Oparia LeTourneau International Airport
Airport typeAirport
Owner/OperatorPort Authority of Oparia
LocationSouth Oparia
Hub forClipper Airlines
BuiltAirfield: July 14-18, 2020 by KyleFrb
Airport: September 20-24, 2020 by Cynra
Direction Length Surface
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18/36 90 Gray Concrete

Oparia LeTourneau International Airport, commonly known as Oparia Airport and known by its IATA code OPA, is an airport that currently serves Oparia and the greater North Zeta region. It is one of the airports serving the Metropolitan North Association.

Airlines & Destinations

Concourse A
Gate Airline Destination(s)
A1 FliHigh Airlines Venceslo-Fifth Ward International Airport (VFW)
A2 BluAir Chan Bay International Airport (CBI)
A3 Clipper Airlines Rizalburg Strand Airfield (RSA)
A4 FlyBahia Sunshine Coast Cacto Regional Airport (SSR)
A5 Waypoint Epsilon International Airport (EIA)
A6 Clipper Airlines Deadbush Pioneer-Howard Airport (DPH)

St. Roux Charles de Gaulle International Airport (SRX)

A7 Waypoint Hopper Murrville-Arcadia International Airport (MAX)
A8 aero Segville International Airport (SEG)

Fort Yaxier International Airport (FYI)

A9 National Airlines Titsensaki Sealerwhale International Airport (TSA)

Pasadena Airfield (PDA)

A10 FlyCreeper Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM)

Creeperville International Airport (HND) (planned)

A11 MRT Airlines Seoland Trimunicipalities Airport (STS)
A12 Oceanic Langus Airways New Genisys Airfield (GSZ)

Cyra Underwood Municipal Airport (CYR)

Concourse B
Gate Airline Destination(s)
B1 BluAir Antioch Regional Airfield (ANA)
B2 FlyLumeva Peacopolis International Airport (PCE)

Southoak South Plains Airport (SVS)

B3 BluAir Antioch-Bay Point Garvey International Airport (ABG)
B4 Michigana Southoak South Plains Airport (SVS)
B5 BluAir Deadbush Valletta Desert Airport (VDA)
B6 FlyJeomto Marisol Airfield (MRS)
B7 BluAir Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM)
B8 ViaRapid Antioch-Bay Point Garvey International Airport (ABG)
B9 Infamous Airlines Antioch-Bay Point Garvey International Airport (ABG)

Richville International Airport (RVA)

B10 KaloroAir Larkspur Lilyflower International Airport (LAR)

Southoak South Plains Airport (SVS) (planned)

B11 AirMesa Hummingbird Islands Regional Airport (HIR)
B12 KaloroAir Deadbush Johnston-Euphorial Airport (DJE) (planned)

Fort Yaxier International Airport (FYI) (planned)

B13 AirMesa
B14 Northern Express Deadbush Valletta Desert Airport (VDA) (planned)

Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM) (planned)

B15 AirMesa
B16 Clipper Airlines
B17 FlyMighty
B18 Clipper Airlines
B19 FlyMighty
B20 ArcticAir Titsensaki TSA
B21 FlyMighty
B22 Sandstone Airr Miu Wan Kau Heung Airport (MWT)

Lapis Bay Expo East Airport (LBX)

Murrville-Arcadia Airport (MAX)

Deadbush Valletta Desert Airport (VDA)

Riverside Airport (RIV)

Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng International Airport (MWT)

B23 MRTHS Air Carnoustie International Airport (CIA)

New Gensokyo Regional Airfield (NGY)

B24 ArcticAir Rizalburg
Concourse C
Gate Airline Destination(s)
C1 Cascadia Airways
C2 Waypoint Hopper Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM)

Chan Bay International Airport (CBI)

C3 Clipper Airlines Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM)
C4 Clipper Airlines Murrville-Arcadia International (MAX)

Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport (SSI)

C5 Cascadia Airways Ilirea Midcity Airport (IXM)
C6 Cascadia Airways Waterville Municipal Airfield (WMA)

Vegeta City Airfield (VCA)

C7 Cascadia Airways
C8 Cascadia Airways
C9 Clipper Airlines Kantō International Airport (KTI)
C10 Clipper Airlines Lanatam Airfield (LNT)
C11 Clipper Airlines
C12 Clipper Airlines
C13 Clipper Airlines
C14 Clipper Airlines
C15 Clipper Airlines
C16 Clipper Airlines



Currently, the airport is connected to the rest of Oparia by the A1 freeway. The main road that connects the airport to the freeway is called Airport Drive, and is a one-way road that starts at the western side of the airport and ends at the eastern side of the airport.


Line 2 of the Oparia Metro also extends into the Downtown, with connections to the North Shore via Line 1.


There is a warp rail station underneath the airport built by chiefbozx, soon to house RailNorth.


Entrance to the old airfield from the West.


When coming into the airport, Airport Drive splits in two with one lane going up towards the Departures Area and one lane going down to the Arrivals Area. As passengers check-in from the top floor, they pass through security and immigration and take the stairs down to the Gates Area. Arriving passengers simply exit their plane, and find the immigration checkpoint at the southern end of the terminal, and then exit at the bottom floor.


When the airport was first opened, there were only seven gates to assign to a highly saturated airline market. Because of the limited amount of gates and the large amount of airlines, KyleFrb, in conjunction with ManuF_moj, whose cities of Kleinsburg and Rizalburg were promoted to Senator at the same time as Oparia, decided to assign gates with no application process whatsoever. The gates were assigned mostly based on trust and familiarity with the airline operator, but also factored in overall airline activity.

East side of the old airfield at sunset.

This was considered to be controversial by some airline operators, who expressed complaints over the survival of small airlines if this system was continued. Other airline operators were concerned that some airlines didn't get considered fairly. To address all of the complaints, KyleFrb sent a long paragraph into the MRT Transit Discord explaining why he used this system, and telling people to move on.